I think I'm finally going to get a second set of rims and winter tires for my 2013 Model S 85. I'd been using a different 4WD car in the winter until now, but it just broke down, so screw that old car. I'm trying to decide between just buying the Tesla winter tire package, or getting some used rims and buying snow tires separate to put on it (assuming the Tesla service centers are willing to do that now?) I live in NY but do a lot of driving in the snow. I've bought a bunch of snow tires over the years, usually order from Tirerack, and normally I just use their reviews and surveys to make my selection. I've seen some of the discussions about various winter tires for the Tesla. But it leaves me with two question: First, can anyone suggest a "top 3 tires to consider from the feedback of TMC users"? I haven't found a thread (or poll?) that sums it all up. And second, related: should I be concerned about rolling resistance on various winter tires, e.g., not just going by Tirerack's usual charts? I wonder if the reason Tesla suggests the tires they do is perhaps because they offer a good balance between winter tire performance and rolling resistance. Or am I overthinking it? Thanks!